Ima is percussionist and improviser Nava Dunkelman (Japan) and electroacoustic composer and sound artist Amma Ateria (Hong Kong). Ima depicts expressionistic noise music of Japanese poetry by deconstructing and dissolving heavy music through restraint and release. The Flowers Die In Burning Fire, the debut album of Ima, tells an anecdote of the inevitable notion of time, change, decay, the vanished, and rebirth. With meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation, Ima marches forth with starkness and surrender into the aftermath of destruction, and attempt for transformative regeneration of beauty through catalysts of pleasure.
Ima is percussionist and improviser Nava Dunkelman (Japan) and electroacoustic composer and sound artist Amma Ateria (Hong Kong). Ima depicts expressionistic noise music of Japanese poetry by deconstructing and dissolving heavy music through restraint and release. The Flowers Die In Burning Fire, the debut album of Ima, tells an anecdote of the inevitable notion of time, change, decay, the vanished, and rebirth. With meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation, Ima marches forth with starkness and surrender into the aftermath of destruction, and attempt for transformative regeneration of beauty through catalysts of pleasure.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: BUHD
Rel. Date: 01/31/2020
UPC: 3488507024502

The Flowers Die In Burning Fire
Artist: Ima
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Ima is percussionist and improviser Nava Dunkelman (Japan) and electroacoustic composer and sound artist Amma Ateria (Hong Kong). Ima depicts expressionistic noise music of Japanese poetry by deconstructing and dissolving heavy music through restraint and release. The Flowers Die In Burning Fire, the debut album of Ima, tells an anecdote of the inevitable notion of time, change, decay, the vanished, and rebirth. With meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation, Ima marches forth with starkness and surrender into the aftermath of destruction, and attempt for transformative regeneration of beauty through catalysts of pleasure.